Just got back from a very wet walk on the boardwalk in Rehoboth.
This weather doesn't bother me. In fact, I like all kinds of weather. Perhaps the only exceptions were this summer when the humidity was so high that I was soaked in my own sweat after only walking a few hundred feed. Also, the extreme cold of winter, but that doesn't come until January and February. All the other months and weather conditions are just fine with me.
I talked Bill into going with me this morning. He didn't walk but he does me to take him for a ride. He sat in my car at the end of the boardwalk and took a nap while I braved the wet wind whipping the boardwalk.
I usually take two laps up and down the boardwalk but this morning I was so wet after the first lap I decided to pull it in.
I took Bill for a ride up to North Shores, at Cape Henlopen State Park. Delaware is the only state in the union that doesn't have a national park but we have some wonderful state park, Cape Henlopen being one of them.
After viewing the wind and the waves at North Shores we headed home on Rt. 1. Half way up One, my cell phone rang. It was my brother John who is the executor of our Mom's estate He had good news. In fact he had WONDERFUL NEWS! He is sending me a check in the mail today as an advanced distribution of my share of Mom's estate. I will be able to pay off my mortgage!
This is a very strange feeling. It's a good feeling but a strange feeling. I had a 30 year mortgage, that would be paid off when I'm 98 years old (I should live that long.) My mortgage predicament was the result of me being caught in the housing crises in 2006. I thought I would have to live with that result the rest of my life. I feel like I've now been set free.
Free at last, free at last. Thank God almighty I'm free at last.
Thank you Mom. You're still doing for us.